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... bought our tickets, and then saw we were about a minute too late for the train.
Since the next train was an hour later, we wandered the station for a little and used the free wifi. Finally, it was train time.
The train car was roomy ...
A negative reaction to earnings news from several big-name companies contributed to the initial sell-off - including Microsoft (MSFT), Caterpillar (CAT), Procter & Gamble (PG) and DuPont (DD).
Negative sentiment was also generated by a report from the Commerce Department showing a substantial decrease in durable goods orders in December.
Traders largely shrugged off a pair of upbeat reports on new home sales and consumer ...
... were created by a woodcarver named František Rint in 1870. He was commissioned by the landowners, the Schwarzenberg family, as a reminder of the impermanence of human life and inescapable death.
On the internet I found a quote from someone who works there, saying their workplace doesn’t scare them:‘It’s the living who scare me.’
We visited another new-ish church nearby (which had excavations under the church where they found ...
... square to join the "free" walking tour. This is a great concept they have in many cities, where you go on a tour and the cost is the tip you leave the guide. The tour was great and the guide was really interesting - all about the famous locations and Polish history.
We had to leave the tour a bit before the end, to catch the bus to Katowice ...
... He had then got very creative with these bones, and I mean, creative. When we walked into the church we were, well, a little appalled! There were bones everywhere, displays of bones that had been glued and nailed together into various intricate displays – to make chandeliers, altars, candlesticks, and everything in between. All made out of skulls and every other part of the skeleton. I didn’t know whether to be intrigued or disgusted – I think I was somewhere ...